Charles Grandison Finney
Born: August 29, 1792
Died: August 16, 1875
Charles Grandison Finney as twice a widower and married three times. In 1824, he married Lydia Root Andrews 1804–47 while living in Jefferson County. They had six children together. In 1848, a year after Lydia's death, he married Elizabeth Ford Atkinson 1799–1863 in Ohio. In 1865 he married Rebecca Allen Rayl 1824–1907 also in Ohio. Each of Finney's three wives accompanied him on his revival tours and joined him in his great efforts.
EDU & career
Helpful things that he did
Charles was a man who wanted to change by being a better person and helping other people of in life in lots of ways. He wanted to put the good faith inside of the christian people.
How they died
Finney Memorial Chapel stands at the southwest corner of Lorain and Professor Streets, on the site of the former residence of President Finney. The construction was begun in June, 1907, and the Chapel was dedicated June 21, 1908, in connection with the celebration of the Seventy-fifty Anniversary of the College.